Tuesday, 8 August 2017

Creamery Boutique Ice Creams Singapore, Lava Cookies From Bangkok

Many people have mixed up between Creamery Boutique and KOOKS Creamery in serangoon for serving up similar lava cookies as desserts, but both brands have no relation to one another. Creamery boutique ice creams is originally from Bangkok, with a couple of outlets in Malaysia and now Singapore being the latest project.

Credit: Creamery Boutique

Creamery Boutique Ice Cream is located at Tyrwhitt Road, just opposite the popular coffee house Chye Seng Huat, the space is formerly occupied by Anythingz Cafe. Using the same recipe as Bangkok, the menu incorporate homemade ice cream, milkshakes as well as 6 different cookie set. The star here is their lava cookie, basically a lava cake in a cookie structure.

Among the 6 different cookie, the Salted Egg Lava Cookie S$9.90 is Creamery Boutique's latest creation that is now available in the Singapore outlet. Thick salted egg filling encased in charcoal cookie, topped with legit salted egg white and a choice of ice cream - recommend to pair with salted egg white caramel.

Among the 3 different cookie we have tried, I was quite skeptical about salted egg dishes these days but I was surprise that this combination works extremely well. The salted egg white caramel ice cream leans towards a sweeter note and therefore sweet and salty blend well as a whole. The cookie on the other hand was soft and slightly chewy. 

The Monster Matcha S$8.90 is possibly the best seller here, this time we pair it with 'Secret Garden' ice cream - a tea flavour created using 1872 clipper tea. The distinct floral aroma coming from the ice cream is highly notable, setting a contrast to the matcha lava filling. The cookie base in this case is slightly different from the charcoal, although it was more 'crumbly'. 

Apart from the lava cookie options, there are 2 non-lava versions and one of them is the Brownie Cookie S$7.90 - think a chewy and gooey brownie but in a cookie form. In this set, we topped it with 'zombie food' ice cream, also known as passionfruit flavour. Not a big fan of this as a whole, it gets quite jerlat after a few mouthful.

With special names tagged to some of these ice cream flavours, I believe many would have been confused. Anyway from my experience here, I would suggest to first sample the ice cream flavours before deciding which to pair along with your cookie. You do not wish to get disappointed when both the ice cream and cookie flavour clashes.

There are 12 different ice cream flavours on display and they rotate weekly. Honestly, I was expecting more localised flavours in the Singapore branch but was told that they are actually working on it - am looking forward. All in all, with it's contender KOOKS Creamery that has been around for some time, Creamery Boutique is in a fierce competition.

Creamery Boutique Ice Creams
139 Tyrwhitt Road, #01-03
Singapore 207557
Friday - Wednesday: 11am - 10pm
Closed on Thursday
Tel: 8133 1250

*This was an invited media tasting.

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